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November 24, 2015

Easy Holiday Cake Cookie Bars Recipe

Easy Holiday Cake Cookie Bars Recipe

holiday cake cookie bars

Holiday baking is my favorite type of baking. I love all the fun colors and flavors of the holidays. And chances are, I get to share whatever I’m baking! Every year my neighborhood does a cookie exchange, and it’s something we all participate in. This year I wanted to do something a little different and make some Easy Holiday Cake Cookie Bars! They are moist like a cake, and taste like a cookie. The best part is that they are super easy to make and look pretty festive is I do say so myself. Keep reading to find out how to make them!Continue reading

Cake Mix Cookie Recipe

Cake Mix Cookie Recipe

 

Delicious Cake Mix Cookie Cake recipe.

I am forever trying to find different cake mix cookie recipe and the easier they are the better, that is if it takes good. I found a winner here. You can not get any easier than this! Just 4 ingredients and they taste amazing! I love going to the mall and getting a piece of cookie cake… and if my husband isn’t with me I ask for extra icing!! Hey, don’t judge, I’m 8 months pregnant. I have tried making cookie cakes at home but I usually get the outside over cooked and the middle is still a little gooey. This recipe is a winner! Everything was fully cooked and none of the cookie cake was over done! Next time I try this I will mix up the ingredients because I love a peanut butter cookie cake. This time I just went with the classic chocolate chip.

This is a great recipe for kids to make as well!

Cake Mix Cookie Recipe

  • 1 box of yellow/white cake mix (I used a butter cake recipe, stays moist longer)
  • 2 eggs beaten
  • 5 tablespoons of melted butter
  • 2 cups of chocolate chips

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl. It will be very thick and that is ok! Grease a 9 x 13 pan and then spread the mixture into the pan. Again, because it is so thick it will be hard to spread. I used my fingers to do it…darn, or you can use a greased spoon to help!

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Once you oven is pre-heated, bake for 20 minutes. Let it sit for at least 20-30 minutes. If you try and serve right away it is hard to cut. Just like a cake you need to let it rest for a little while. I will still be soft and chewy!!

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You can decorate it or eat it plain. We enjoyed it just as it is! If you make this recipe let me know what you think. Or if you change up the recipe tell me what you did and how you enjoyed it!! I would love to get other idea for this easy Cake Mix Cookie Recipe.

Also try these other great cookie recipes:

easy cool whip cookies

easy cool whip cookie recipe 

pudding cookie recipe

Pudding cookie recipe

chocolate mint cookies

Chocolate Mint Cookies Recipe

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Eat your cookies with Hot chocolate with cool whip heart!

January 19, 2015

Chocolate Mint Cookies Recipe

Chocolate Mint Cookies

chocolate mint cookies

The day has come to an end and we need a sweet treat. I had visions of those thin mint cookies. The problem is I didn’t have the stuff to make them. I decided I could just go ahead and make a cookie that has the chocolate mint taste. These are my chocolate mint cookies. I realized that cookies without a lot of ingredients are helpful because who wants to spend a lot of time getting out all the ingredients. I am sure you are like me you have a craving and you want to satisfy it then and you go to make the cookie and you are missing something. These cookies are easy and they only have four ingredients so the only thing you are missing is having these cookies sitting on a plate in front of you. I intend to fix that issue for you.

Chocolate Mint Cookies

1 box of your favorite chocolate cake mix.. I selected double chocolate. If you are going to select chocolate pick the best one.

1 egg

1 container of 8oz cool whip

1 TBS of mint

Each cookie is only 2 Weight Watchers + points!

You will cook these in a 350 degree oven for 10- 12 minutes

mint cool whip cookie

The first thing you will need is to gather your ingredients. The cake mix of your choice, egg, whip toppings, and mint extract

mint chocolate cookie recipe

Then you will need to crack the egg into the cake mix and mix it lightly

cool whip chocolate  cookie recipeThen you will need to lightly mix in the whipped topping.

easy cool whip cookie recipe

Once the whipped toping is folded into the cake batter. Then you can place it in the refrigerator for three minutes. This will help your cookies become fluffy once you cook them. You will drop the cookies with a tablespoon and then put them in the oven for 10- 12 minutes at 350 degrees. I place mine on a wire rack to let them cool.

chocolate whipped topping cookies

More  Easy Cookie Recipes

easy cool whip cookies

easy cool whip cookie recipe 

pudding cookie recipe

Pudding cookie recipe

chocolate-chip-vanilla-pudding-cookie-recipe

Eat your cookies with Hot chocolate with cool whip heart!

cool whip heart

 

Low Calorie Funfetti Cookies – Easy Cookie Recipes for Kids

Easy Cookie Recipes for Kids

Funfetti-Cookies

A lot of people think that if you are on a diet, or just eating healthy in general, the things like cookies are a no-no. I’ll admit so did I until I found this awesome recipe for Low Calorie Funfetti Cookies! Who doesn’t love Funfetti cake!? With a few simple swaps, and about 15 minuets you can have yummy, fluffy Low Calorie Cookies, and not ruin your whole diet! At only 78 calories a cookie, this is going to become a favorite dessert at this house, and maybe at yours too!

Here is what you will need to make Low Calorie Funfetti Cookies:

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Yep, just 3 ingredients for this tasty treat!

  • Funfetti cake mix
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup of nonfat vanilla yogurt

Here are the directions for making Low Calorie Funfetti Cookies:

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Step 1: Mix the funfetti cake mix, eggs, and yogurt together until smooth (I did end up putting about 1/2 a cup of water in the mix to soften it up a bit)

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Step 2: Preheat oven to 375 degrees and spoon batter onto a cookie sheet in drops, make sure they are about 2 inches apart. (I found 2 different ways to do this, one was to use a well greased cookie sheet, another was to use a cookie sheet covered in foil, so I tried both to find out which would work better)

 

Step 3: Cook cookies at 375 degrees for 10 minuets or until fluffy. I found that using the greased cookie sheet (I used olive oil) worked MUCH better then the foil, they slid right off, they tended to get stuck on the foil.

 

That’s it! 3 ingredients, 3 steps, 1 yummy Low Calorie Cookie!!

 

All together this took me about 15 minuets to do, and the cookies are awesome! It’s almost like eating a mini cake (minus the icing, and guilt) My 6 year old loved them, and I love that they are only 48 calories a cookie! This would be great for a sleepover, birthday party, or just to have a little something sweet! 

Nutrition facts for Low Calorie Funfetti Cookies:

  • Serving Size- 1 cookie
  • Calories- 48
  • Fat- 1.5 grams
  • Carbs- 14.8 grams
  • Protein- 1 gram
I hope you enjoyed this recipe for Low Calorie Funfetti Cookies, Please Pin it for me 🙂
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Topic: Easy Cookie Recipes for Kids – Low Calorie Funfetti Cookies